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jamesrbrown322

Franklin, TN (via Portsmouth, OH)

Member since 15 June 2013 | Blog

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Voting Record: 6651 / 145

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 1995 Ohio State-Notre Dame game. Close Second: 2002 Ohio State-Michigan. In The Shoe for both!

    Played plenty of sports in High School, with very few truly great moments, unless getting into an all-out brawl with a private Catholic school during our soccer game counts.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Michael Bennett, Eddie George, and Mike Doss
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: David Lighty
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals and Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Bruins and Predators
  • NBA TEAM: Celtics
  • MLB TEAM: Reds and Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Arsenal, MLS - Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 22 hours ago

How bad have the Browns QBs been since Bernie effing Kosar? Andy Dalton is better than all of them. No seriously, he is. And it's not even close.

Hell, the Browns have only had 2 good QBs since Otto Graham. I have never been able to figure it out. It has been a QB graveyard for over 20 years. Only the Bears have a track record on par with that, especially among NFL franchises with any kind of prestige.

Comment 23 hours ago

Remember when we all thought the sky was falling and were in deep trouble after this? Looks like perhaps everything worked out best for everyone now, as he'll see the field at Texas Tech, and I wouldn't trade Lee, Perry, Kwon, Booker, Berger, Hilliard, Conner, or Baker for him.

Comment 23 hours ago

 Yep, looks like business as usual.

Comment 03 Mar 2015

It's so much sturdier though. And we did have that issue during the VT game with people forgetting that you had to UNWRAP the toilet paper before using it...

Comment 03 Mar 2015

Okay, Sorry, not exactly musically inclined here. Thanks for the clarification. O-H!

Comment 03 Mar 2015

Indeed. That was the Kemba Walker year I believe, when a voter actually still selected the Bucks #1 in the poll, just because he thought that they were still the best team in the nation.

Comment 03 Mar 2015

In Little League, i wanted to wear #11 because of Barry Larkin. However, it was take so I took #22 because it was 11 x 2. It just kind of stuck from there, since no one (other than Jim Jackson of course) wore #22 at the time. It was also a good compromise in basketball, because #33 was taken, so #22 was halfway between Larkin and Bird.

Comment 03 Mar 2015

I don't care who lines up outside if there's no one on the roster capable of consistently getting them the ball and a chance to make plays. I'd rather he went to Cincy.

Comment 03 Mar 2015

that Kentucky team could've been as high as a 2 seed but were our 4- that was one of the toughest regions in history

You can thank Gene Smith for that one. He was the chair of the selection committee.

Comment 03 Mar 2015

Willie Buckets still doing work!

That team during Sully's freshman year (Buford, Diebler, Lighty, and Swatterdale) is my favorite since the Jimmy J era. I loved those guys. That was a really, really good start 5. They also gave some minutes to Tank and Craft off the bench. That top 7 is as good as any I've seen at OSU in quite a while.

Comment 03 Mar 2015

Generally, these minor violations, in self reported, result in absolutely nothing. It's fun for the media to say things like, "Ohio State self reports 47 NCAA Violations," because most people will assume it's just the football program committing all of the violations. However, an institution with 39 varsity teams (which is HUGE compared to almost everyone else's athletic department), that's an average of a little more than 1 minor violation per team.

Comment 03 Mar 2015

Was googling something else in search of a post that would help prove the point as to how badly these were needed by Buckeye fans in the south, and I found this beauty.